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COME AND MEET US

What We Do

Automatically tracks defects in bridges and tunnels to provide maintenance alerts and effectively utilize annual budgets. Dynamic Infrastructure provides a live and proactive cloud-based system which extracts and predicts precise actionable information from past survey reports and day-to-day imagery.

True to our motto, Every Image Counts, we save governments and engineering firms millions in resources, assisting them to remain effective within strict budget constraints.

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Our Solution

Live, cloud-based, 3D views of your bridges and tunnels that automatically provide alerts when changes are detected in maintenance conditions – before they evolve into large-scale failures.

Based on proven, cutting-edge AI technology that has been tested by certified inspection engineers, we provide owners, maintenance managers and risk-assessment companies the most comprehensive system that compares and assess assets, regardless of their location.

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Who We Are

Dynamic Infrastructure was founded in 2017 by experienced industry professionals with decades of operation and maintenance experience in the field of public and private transportation assets.

Our vision is to be the leader and key driver of a data revolution in decision-making processes of bridge and tunnel maintenance, based on cutting-edge imagery analysis.

Headquartered in New York, NY, with offices in Germany and Israel, Dynamic Infrastructure maintains a close relationship with its clients and government institutions.

  • PWC
  • SCAUT
  • ITA

Upcoming Events

INTERGEO 2019

Location: Stuttgart, Germany
17-19 SEP, 2019

Dynamic Infrastructure Selects MissingLink.ai’s Powerful Deep Learning Platform to Support Business Growth

CISION PR Newswire

Dynamic Infrastructure was announced as Red Herring top 100 winner

Location: California, USA
May, 2018

Dynamic Infrastructure Selected as 2019 Red Herring Top 100 North America Winner

Yahoo Finance

Innovating Maintenance Can Bridge The Gaps In Infrastructure And Industr

Forbes | Written by Ryan Chan

Repairing and/or Replacing Bridges in the U.S. Will Open Up Thousands of Contracting Opportunities in 2019

Informed Infrastructure | by Mary Scott Nabers

One year after Genoa tragedy: Are Europe’s bridges any safer?

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